Because a little movie called Star Wars: Episode IX moved from its May 2019 release slot to December 20, 2019 when J.J. Abrams took over, which wouldn't give the Wonder Woman follow-up the chance to breathe. She also knows that Warner Bros. has to side with her on this issue as it develops.
The source also revealed, "Gadot is tough and stands by her principles".
The article also notes that RatPac Dune Entertainment - Ratner's motion picture production and financing company - isn't now set to finance the sequel.
Allegations against Ratner came to light after a bevy of actresses accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment. With a sequel in the works, and director Patty Jenkins at the helm for the second story, fans have been waiting to hear if star Gal Gadot's salary will increase for the second movie (it was shockingly low for the first). Of course, it's worth noting that Ratner is not involved with Wonder Woman 2 in any way.
This past week, Warner Bros.
Do you think Gal Gadot really threatened Warner Bros.in order to get Brett fired? I stand by all the courageous women confronting their fears and speaking out. According to the New York Post, she was making another statement through her action, showing that "she wouldn't allow the female-led "Wonder Woman" franchise to benefit from a man who used his power and influence to sexually harass and abuse women".
Fair point. Gadot was scheduled to present Ratner with an award last month, but backed out due to a "scheduling" conflict.
"'You should f*** her to make her realize she's gay.' He said this about me during a cast and crew "meet and greet" before we began filming, X Men: The Last Stand", Page wrote.